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ST-00:SONGS/
DF0:MOD.



0123456789ABCDEF0000000000000000                                           , $0000     $0000     $0000




     ------------------------------ 
			---- THE FLASH TEAM ----
                           ------------------

			        Presents:

		            FLASH-RIPPER V2.3
			    -----------------


 Press [ L  ] to search for a  'new' ST-Song in the chipmem.($000000-$07ffff)
 Press [ OL ] to search for an 'old' ST-Song in the chipmem.($000000-$07ffff)
 Press [ H  ] to search for a  'new' ST-Song in the fastmem.($c00000-$c7ffff)
 Press [ OH ] to search for an 'old' ST-song in the fastmem.($c00000-$c7ffff)
 Press [ I  ] for instructions.
 Press [ X  ] to exit the Flash-Ripper.

 Make your day:

    This magnificent ripper was upgraded by Flash of Genius of The Flash Team
 It was based on the Sound-Hacker V1.1 by Promax of Kefrens. 

    This ripper can rip almost any soundtrackersong, if it's still in 
 the memory. It is also able to rip/play/save and show all the 31 instruments
 that can be used on the Soundtracker V2.3. The Flash-Ripper features also
 nearly all the other usual commands that can be found on various rippers.
 We hope you will find this program useful, and if you have ideas for 
 improvement, find any bugs etc, you can always reach us at:
 Anders M. Hunstad, A.Hauklands v.6., 8014 H.Moen, Norway. Call:+47-81-61409----------------------



POSSIBLE SOUNDTRACER TUNE FOUND AT LOCATION $000000
LENGHT OF SONG $00   NUMBER OF PATTERNS $00   MODULE LENGHT $000000
SONG NAME :
›41CLENGTH:   REPEAT:   REPLEN:
  INSTRUMENT 0 :
      --     1 :
      --     2 :
      --     3 :
      --     4 :
      --     5 :
      --     6 :
      --     7 :
      --     8 :
      --     9 :
      --     A :
      --     B :
      --     C :
      --     D :
      --     E :
      --     F :

  P<speed>...PLAY SONG      1......INSTR $01-$0F      2......INSTR $10-$1F
  In........PLAY INSTR      Rn<name>RENAME INSTR      N<name>..RENAME SONG
  MS....MOVE TO $40000

  SS.........SAVE SONG      SM.......SAVE MODULE      SIn.......SAVE INSTR

  C....CONTINUE SEARCH      RETURN.....MAIN MENU      *<comm>..CLI-COMMAND

  ENTER YOUR CHOICE : 

				INSTRUCTIONS:

  These commands are:

	P<Speed>.....Play Song at speed 1 to F (Ex. P6 or just P ).
	In...........Play Instrument Number 0 to F (Ex. I8 ).
	N<name>......Rename Song. (Ex. NFlash Team )
	Rn<name>.....Rename Instr. 0 to F (Ex. R3String )
	1............Flip to the screen with the first 15 instr.
	2............Flip to the screen with the next 16 instr.
	MS...........Move Song from current position to $40000.
		     (Use this to prevent window movements from destroying
		     the song. Or use it to copy a tune down from fastmem to
		     chipmem.)
	SS...........Save Song to ST-00:songs/<name>
	SM...........Save Module to current disk.
	SIn..........Save Instrument 0 to F.
	C............Continue to search for song.
	*<command>...Execute CLI-Command.
		     (To use this facility RUN has to be
		     present in the C dir on the disk.)
	
 NOTE: When you search for an 'old' ST-Song, it means that it is a song
       made with an old version of the Soundtracker (one with only 15 inst)
       A 'new' ST-Song is a song made with a 31 inst. Soundtracker.
 PS: Don't search in the fastmem without expansion, your Amiga will crash!!

  Press <RETURN>CON:0/0/640/256/FLASH RIPPER MADE IN 1989 BY FLASH OF GENIUS !!!!